ERIC ED413252: Visual Arts Research, 1994.
Publication date 1994
Topics ERIC Archive, Art Education, Childrens Art, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Cultural Awareness, Curriculum Development, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Research, Nonverbal Communication, Visual Arts, Gardner, Nancy C., Ed., Thompson, Christine, Ed.
This document consists of the two issues of the journal "Visual Arts in Research" published in 1994. This journal focuses on the theory and practice of visual arts education from educational, historical, philosophical, and psychological perspectives. Number 1 of this volume includes the following contributions: (1) "Zooming in on the Qualitative Paradigm in Art Education: Educational Criticism, Ethnography, and Action Research" (Liora Bresler); (2) "Idea-Keepers: Young Children's Drawings and Writings" (Priscilla Lund); (3) "How Should Students' Progress and Achievements in Art Be Assessed? A Case for Assessment that Is Responsive to Diverse Students' Needs" (Enid Zimmerman); (4) "My School and Me: Children's Drawings in Postmodern Educational Research and Evaluation" (Jan Gamradt; Carolyn Staples); (5) "The Effects of Development, Manipulation of Objects, and Verbal Cues on Spatial Representation in Young Children's Drawings" (Patricia J. Guthrie); (6) "The Effects of Textual Information on Artistic Communication" (Gerald C. Cupchik; Larry Shereck; Stacey Speigel); (7) Facilitating Cooperative Art Museum-School Relationships: Museum Educators' Suggestions" (Denise Lauzier Stone); and (8) "Challenging Notions of Curriculum Development" (Lydia Dambekains). Number 2 contains: (1) "Artistic Development in Context: Emergence and Development of Pictorial Imagery in the Early Childhood Years" (Anna M. Kindler; Bernard Darras); (2) "Drawing as Representation: The Child's Acquisition of a Meaningful Graphic Language" (Claire Golumb); (3) "Deep Structures in Children's Art: Development and Culture" (John Matthews); (4) "An Inner Critic in Children's Artists' Bookmaking" (Steve Thunder-McGuire); (5) "The Case for Developmentally Appropriate Lessons: The Child and Art" (Julia Kellman); (6) "Children Understanding Diversity in Their Community: 'Are We Home Yet?'" (Priscilla Lund); (7) "Development of a Sophisticated Early Childhood Art Program: Collaboration and Discovery" (Elizabeth Goldsmith-Conley; Sandra Bales); (8) "Toward a Sensible Education: Inquiring into the Role of the Visual Arts in Early Childhood Education" (David W. Baker). (MM)
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